Anti-Oppression Capacity Building Project
Strengthen your awareness and knowledge to apply anti-oppression approaches to service delivery in the settlement sector.
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Tri-Cities Wrap Around Model of Care for Mental Health in Immigrant Families Project
Increasing the capacity of early years providers to support immigrant families through mental health literacy.
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Tri-Cities Community-Based Planning Project
We’re bringing together local stakeholders and organizations who support the settlement to impact change.
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Immigrant Labour Market Integration
Collaborating with partners to build more inclusive workplaces and to support immigrants in navigating the Canadian labour market.
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Access to Community Information & Services
Sharing information about newcomers’ needs to enhance service delivery and accessibility.
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Social and Civic Inclusion of Newcomers
Engaging the community in diversity, equity and inclusion to foster welcoming communities.
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TCLIP Partners with the City of Coquitlam
Tri-Cities Local Immigration Partnership Partners with the City of Coquitlam to Launch Mentorship Project
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Tri-Cities Local Immigration Partnership

The Tri-Cities Local Immigration Partnership (TCLIP) brings community leaders and organizations together to develop welcoming and inclusive communities, where established residents and newcomers feel a sense of belonging and attachment.

TCLIP Events

Sessions are open to service providers in Metro Vancouver and BC. Participants will attend three workshops and two group coaching sessions.

We’re looking to engage 20 organizations and groups who support and deliver settlement services in the Tri-Cities to explore interest in community-based planning.

Community Events

Conversations for Citizenship (Online)

Boro and Beyond Community Pop

Conversations for Citizenship (Online)

Resource Library

Community organizations can find resources to support their work on diversity, equity & inclusion.

New to Tri-Cities

Newcomers can find programs and services that will help them settle smoothly in our communities.

Tri-Cities News

Prepare for heat

People throughout British Columbia are encouraged to be prepared for heat as many regions of the province will experience high temperatures beginning Friday, July 5, 2024. Environment and Climate Change…

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Business Quest

If you’re not sure how to start in self-employment, ISSofBC can assess your entrepreneurial interest, provide online learning opportunities and one-on-one support. ISSofBC Provides: Eligibility:…

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Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge that the work of the Tri-Cities Local Immigration Partnership takes place on the unceded traditional territory of the Kwikwetlem First Nation, which lies within the shared territories of the Tsleil-Waututh, Katzie, Musqueam, Qayqayt, Squamish, and Sto’:lo Nations.